Loud child in an apartment above. And unrelated whinge about noise in general

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everything I've said and done is perfectly reasonable. 

 

And this is what he really believes.

 

 

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Another name changer me thinks. So much vitriol. Crazy and quite sad. Very sad in fact.

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St0rMI0rD your post is interesting and you're not alone out there. Sunday morning at 5:30am neighbours up the street put the screaming child on the balcony and it woke up hundreds of people in our street. They were inside the child outside. Many came out of their apartments and said "Shush" simultaneously...There are many landlords in the meantime sharing in a polite way to be legal that their homes are not suitable for kids...I suppose be thankful not to have noise coming from beneath you as well...There is usually some sort of a "Mittagsruhe" or "Nachtruhe" so called quiet periods in the building house rules but of course those don't apply to young kids or babies.

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14 hours ago, smurf said:

St0rMI0rD your post is interesting and you're not alone out there. Sunday morning at 5:30am neighbours up the street put the screaming child on the balcony and it woke up hundreds of people in our street. They were inside the child outside. Many came out of their apartments and said "Shush" simultaneously...There are many landlords in the meantime sharing in a polite way to be legal that their homes are not suitable for kids...I suppose be thankful not to have noise coming from beneath you as well...There is usually some sort of a "Mittagsruhe" or "Nachtruhe" so called quiet periods in the building house rules but of course those don't apply to young kids or babies.

These rules also apply to young kids. You have no right to have your child running around playing until 2 am keeping the neighbors awake. Sorry but even parents of very young children need to take care and be considered to an extent. Of course there will always be nights were a young child will wake up and cry or whatever. That's of course an exception. But generally speaking even young kids should be in bed by 10 pm.

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